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Ohio researchers say they’ve identified two new Covid strains likely originating in the U.S. – CNBC

Jason McDonald, a spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said in a statement to CNBC the agency is looking at the new research.



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Researchers in Ohio said Wednesday that they’ve discovered two new variants of the coronavirus that likely originated in the U.S. one of which quickly became the dominant strain in Columbus, Ohio, over a three-week period in late December and early January.
Like the strain first detected in the U.K., the U.S. mutations appear to make Covid-19 more contagious but do not seem like they will diminish the effectiveness of the vaccines, researchers said.
The Ohio State University researchers have not…

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